Interrelated Functions of Business

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10-10-07: The Interrelated Functions of Business Market Capitalization o Value you of a company Market value of shares outstanding Stock price times number of shares Example: BCOR Inc. o Market price/share: $100 o Shares outstanding: $350 o Market capitalization= $35,000 Accounts collect and present financial data Generally accounting reports are historical Personal Finance o Financial Managers Use finance data and other information prepared by accountants to make financial decisions Focus on cash flow (ins and outs), manage firms $ to meet companies goals Pay loans, wages, taxes give rest to i.m. Cash flow o Ins: Accounts receivable, invest, profit o Outs: labor, supplies, utilities Finance issues at firm level: funding needs and sources in short term and long term o Investment Managers The securities market: opportunities for funding and investments to firms and individuals Finance at Personal Level o Begins at home -> Same decisions -> Less zeros
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